Recorded Sound Location


Located in the NE corner of the fourth floor of Ellis Library, the Recorded Sound Center houses a collection of over 17,000 audio and video recordings and provides listening and viewing facilities for individuals and small groups. Most materials may be checked out by MU faculty, staff, and students for one week. Most of the materials support the Music curriculum, but the collection also includes recordings of historic speeches and radio programs, sound effects, literary readings and interviews, and some documentary films. HOW TO GET THERE: See it marked by the red star (star) on the Ellis Library fourth floor map below. Take the elevators to the 4th floor, get off and turn left. Walk straight until you reach the far east side of the room, then turn left and walk to the far north side of the room. The door to Recorded Sound is in the extreme northeast corner of that floor.



Room 4D12 Shelving Room Special Collections East stacks Microfilm readers and printers Microfilm storage room Room 4B12 Room 4A51